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@UsukiDoll can you help?
:/ all I can get out of this is c1 and c2 are real numbers. that's about it. I can't go further
and who is n?
This is apart of a set of problems
they go like this a. What are the solutions to the equation x2 = 9? b. Explain why there is more than one solution to the equation. c. When will the equation xn = c, where c is a whole number, have two solutions? Explain. d. If c is a negative number in the equation xn = c, how does that affect your ability to solve the equation for different values of n? Explain. e. If c1 and c2 are real numbers, give the relationship between them that will allow you to find solutions for the equation xn + c1 = c2, regardless of the value of n.
I've already answered a-d I'm just having trouble with e
does that help?
just got back.
and it's still not clicking in my head for the last one X(
Do you know someone else who might be able to help?
@zzr0ck3r <-- just saw him lol
@Michele_Laino @zzr0ck3r can you help me?
this is the problem, posted above
what we have to do
If c1 and c2 are real numbers, give the relationship between them that will allow you to find solutions for the equation x+c1=c2 regardless of the value of n
no idea sorry